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Topic: ANNOUNCE: Octave Version 2.0.1 released
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John W. Eaton

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ANNOUNCE: Octave Version 2.0.1 released
Posted: Jan 7, 1997 4:30 AM
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Octave version 2.0.1 is now available for ftp from
in the directory /pub/octave. Diffs from the previous release are
also available in the same directory.

-rw-r--r-- 1 jwe 3269864 Jan 7 03:02 octave-2.0.1.tar.gz
-rw-r--r-- 1 jwe 33695 Jan 7 03:10 octave-2.0-2.0.1.patch.gz

This is a bug-fixing release. Most bugs reported since the release of
version 2.0 have been fixed. There are no new features. You can help
make Octave more reliable by reporting any bugs you find to

Octave is a high-level interactive language primarily intended for
numerical computations. It is mostly compatible with Matlab.

Additional information is available on the WWW at

John W. Eaton
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Chemical Engineering

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